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Exploring Royal Albert Hall

The red brick Royal Albert Hall was built in the nineteenth century as a multifunctional music and entertainment hall. Today it is one of London's most recognizable landmarks and a top European performing arts venue. Royal Albert Hall hosts one of the world's largests festivals of Western classical music - the Proms. The hall has also played host to a number of well-known pop artists throughout the last several decades, including The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Abba and Meat Loaf. But the Royal Albert Hall isn't just a music venue: over the years it has been used for events such as ice skating, tennis and even sumo wrestling.

Accommodations near Royal Albert Hall

London caters for every type of traveler from budget backpackers to high-brow hunters. Choose from a wide selection of stays, from classic British hotels to quirky boutiques, inexpensive hostels to serviced apartments. Whatever you decide upon, however, you aren’t likely to spend much time locked up indoors as London’s busy streets will beckon you away. You can stay at one of the highly rated Baglioni Hotel London, the beautiful The Queen's Gate Hotel or The Gore Hotel.

Sightseeing near Royal Albert Hall

- Victoria and Albert Museum

With a permanent collection that tops four million pieces, the Victoria and Albert Museum is the largest decorative arts museum in the world. It's also one of London's most interesting and diverse museums. Founded in 1852 and opened at its current location in 1857, this amazing museum boasts three thousand years worth of artifacts from the world's richest cultures. The collection includes everything from paintings and photographs to jewelry, ceramics, and textiles

- Kensington Gardens

The gardens of the Kensington Palace cover around 111 hectares or 275 acres and border Hyde Park on the east. Its main attraction is the Kensington Palace, one of several royal palaces in London.The history of Kensington Gardens started in 1689, when King William III and Mary II bought the Nottingham house in Kensington. The house was turned into a palace by Christopher Wren and the five hectares (12 acres) large garden was enlarged by Queen Anne, partly by acquiring forty hectares (100 acres) of Hyde Park in 1705.

Transportation near Royal Albert Hall

By Tube. South Kensington (District, Circle and Piccadilly Lines) and High Street Kensington (District and Circle Lines) are the closest Underground stations to the Hall. Walking to the Hall takes approximately 10 minutes from both stations.

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